All of these capabilities are desirable when looking for a heavy duty chain block. The Raptor MH manual chain hoist delivers form along with functionality, since its key components are housed within a space-saving chassis that is also simple to maintain and innately durable.
Different numbers of chain falls are used according to the load capacity that the chain block offers. Incremental increases mean that there are one, two, three, five and 10 tonne units sitting below the flagship 20 tonne hoist.
The Raptor MH model you pick needs to offer a high enough safe working load limit to help complete the lifting tasks you have at hand. Preventing accidents is obviously important, which is why the act of choosing a chain block is not something to be rushed.
The MH range is something of a solid all-rounder, but it does not offer the kinds of specialist features that certain buyers might be looking for in a hoist. For example, if you need models with corrosion-resistant coatings, Yale has a lot of options to offer. If even the 500kg load capacity of the smallest Raptor MH is a little too high, then the more compact Kito CX might be a worthy alternative.
Raptor itself has a broad range of well built lifting gear on offer, so you do not even need to stick with a manual chain hoist if it does not fit in with the applications that you need to tackle in your business.
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|Capacity (tons)||Standard lift (m)||Running test load (kn)||Effort required to lift max. Load (N)||No. Of columns of load chain||Load chain diameter (mm)||A||B||C||D||K||Net weight (KG)||Packing measurement (cm)||Extra weight per meter extra lift (KG)|
|MH05/3||500||3m single Fall||10Kgs|
|MH05/6||500||6m Single Fall||16kgs|
|MH10/3||1,000||3m Single Fall||12kgs|
|MH10/6||1,000||6m Single Fall||17kgs|
|MH15/3||1,500||3m Single Fall||19kgs|
|MH20/3||2,000||3m Single Fall||20kgs|
|MH20/6||2,000||6m Single Fall||27kgs|
|MH30/3||3,000||3m Double Fall||27kgs|
|MH30/6||3,000||6m Double Fall||38Kgs|
|MH50/3||5,000||3m Double Fall||46kgs|
|MH50/3||5,000||6m Double Fall||63kgs|
|MH100/3||10,000||3m Four Fall||83kgs|
|MH100/6||10,000||6m Four Fall||113kgs|
|MH200/6||20,000||6m Eight Fall||251kgs|